The University Song

(Written in 1910 by Laura Weill Cone)

We raise our voices; let them swell
In a chorus loud and strong;
The rolling hills send back the sound
Of our triumphant song,
For in one great unbroken band
With loyal hearts and true,
Your sons and daughters stand and sing
University, to you.
Our college days run swiftly by
And all too soon we part;
But in the years that are to come
Deep graven on each heart
Our motto “Service” will remain,
And service we will do.
And as we serve, our hearts will turn,
University, to you.
Dear Alma Mater, strong and great,
We never shall forget
The gratitude we owe to you—
A never-ending debt.
All honor to your name we give,
And love we pledge anew,
Unfailing loyalty we bring,
University, to you.

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